Hi, folks! How's the term been? Are courses keeping you down? Has the Big Crunch finally come? Being beaten into submission, yet?
Speaking of submissions, we only received two for last issue's squiz. More on that later. Here are the answers for last issue's squiz: Song Lyrics: 1) Abba -- Waterloo; 2) Kate Bush -- Rocket's Tail; 3) Spi\"nal Tap -- Diva Fever; 4) Gilbert and Sullivan (a loose interpretation of the word ``artist'') -- A Modern Major General; 5) Motorhead -- Death or Glory; the theme was ``Waterloo''; Comics: 1) John Kovalic; 2) Scott Adams; 3) J.P. Tooney; 4) Charles Schultz; 5) Brian Basset; Star Trek: 1) Three; 2) Kang (Day of the Dove), Kor (Errand of Mercy), Koloth (The Trouble With Tribbles); 3) Enterprise -- 2, Voyager -- 1; 4) Spock and Sarek; 5) Picard -- TNG, Odo -- DS9; Da Bomber: 1) Canadian, Rickard's Red, Waterloo Dark, Labatt Ice, Labatt 50, Budweiser; 2) ; 3) 11:30-1:00 MTR, 11:30-2:00 WF, 7-2 Sat; 4) Seven; 5) Eight;
Getting back to that submission thing, we only received two submissions for last issue's squiz. That's really too bad because we've got some awesome Right Angle Café coupons to give away! Anyway, the people who submitted were X-Man(4) and Ian ``The Word Guy'' Facey with nine correct answers! You can pick up your prize in the MathSoc office.
And now for the Squiz!
Okay, everybody, please submit! It's really easy: all you have to do is drop in your paper submission in the blackBOX across from the Comfy Lounge or you can email a solution to email@example.com by 2:30 on Monday, Oct. 21, 1996. Good luck, everyone!
Jerry ``Fish'' Han
Mike ``Hammer'' Hammond
Ian ``Son Of God Complex'' Milligan
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